Sunday, December 20, 2009

Happy Holidays!

I am still way behind on all your lovely blogs, but hope to catch up today or tomorrow since we are totally snowed in!! We got 18 inches of snow yesterday. Dobby HATES it but it sure is pretty.

Looking forward to re-joining the blog world soon! :)
<3 S


Martine said...


I LOVE your bow tie, Captain is very envious of your fashionable bow tie! What a little gentleman you are!!!

EEEKKKK sorry to hear about the 18 inches of snow! Captain would not appreciate that much!!

Stay warm sweet boy!

xo martine & the kiddlets

Rob said...

Thank you and happy holidays to you and your chihuahuas! Here is to a great 2010

Dory and the Mama said...

Lookin' sharp in that tux Dobby!!


Dip-Dip and The Bridge said...

Oh my goodness, 18 inches!
No wonder Dobby hates it, it must be higher than he is, lol.
Hope you have a very Happy Holiday!
Lynne and the furkids xx

Draco and his Mom said...

You look Fantastic in your Tuxedo Dobby, we were wondering if you guys got snowed in. Stay warm friend.

Lorenza said...

18 inches of snow is... is... more than I can imagine!
Stay inside... warm and comfy!
Kisses and hugs

Bijou said...

Hi Dobby,

You look very handsome sitting there in front of the lighted tree. That is alot of snow you got! Take care you don't get lost in a drift!


Tiffany and the Munchkins said...

Too stinkin' cute! I do so love a man in a suit!

Kyla Duffy said...

Hi Sharon,
I hope you don't mind me posting, I didn't know how else to get ahold of you. I enjoy your blog and was hoping you could put the word out to your friends with rescued Chihuahuas that we are looking for stories for an upcoming book.

My company, Happy Tails Books, is raising awareness about puppy mills and supporting dog rescue groups by publishing breed-specific books full of stories about adopted dogs. The books give proud owners of adopted dogs a chance to showcase them, raise awareness about dog adoption and breed characteristics, and generate funding for dog rescue through the donation of a portion of each sale (we donated $3,800 in 2009 from book sales).

We’ve now completed “Lost Souls: Found!” books on Boston Terriers, Golden Retrievers, Dachshunds, Labradors, and Pit Bulls. in 2010 we intend to publish books on CHIHUAHUAS, German Shepherd Dogs, Boxers, Beagles, Rottweilers, Australian Shepherds, Basset Hounds, Yorkies, Huskies, and Schnauzers. Is there anything you can do to help us spread the word that we are looking for stories from people about their adopted dogs? More information and book previews can be found at

Thank you,